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Digital Disruption Isn’t A Buzzword — It’s A Post-Covid Survival Priority

In the past, we sought digital disruption in the hopes of bolstering our efficiency, cost-effectiveness and profit; now, we turn to it for an additional reason: safety.

Covid Drags M&A Deals To Lowest Level In Over A Decade 

During the first half of 2020, North America M&A performance and volume lagged rest of world by some margin.

Should Bonuses Happen This Year?

With no speedy economic recovery in sight, leaders are trying to figure out if they can pay bonuses this year – and what happens if they don’t.

Denny’s Chief John Miller: ‘I Frequently Take Part In Unconscious Bias Trainings’

Corporate leaders continue to speak out on the issue of racial injustice, but not all have backed up those...

Five Phrases To Avoid During A Crisis

In the age of "cancel culture," a CEO whose messaging rings hollow or self-serving can easily lose credibility. Language matters.
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Olympian Jim Craig on ‘Preparing to Win’

Winning may not be simple, but it’s always possible, says Jim Craig, who defended the net for the 1980 ‘Miracle on Ice’ U.S. Olympic hockey team. His advice for CEOs: Get ready to win, not compete. Here’s how.

How to Accelerate Your Business Post-Pandemic

It may sound counterintuitive, but the state of the economy does not define the growth phase of your company. Here's how to assess where you are and how to grow through the uncertainty.

Effective Leadership: CEOs Need Both IQ And EQ

Should leaders be high-thinking? Or high-feeling? That's actually the wrong question—since the best leaders manage to be the best of both.

How Can Boards Be Supportive In A Disruptive Environment?

The role a company’s board should play during times of extreme disruption is a mix of art and science. Questions for both directors and CEOs to consider.

How To Get More Women To The Top

If CEOs want to put more women in senior leadership positions, they first have to understand the problem, and then give them the resources they need.

CEO CONFIDENCE INDEX

July Survey Finds CEO Optimism On Economy Nearing Pre-Crisis Levels

Chief Executive’s July survey of 326 U.S. CEOs shows an increase in optimism about the 2021 economy. But the November election may be the monkey wrench.
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What to Expect in a Post-Covid Work World

It's not clear yet whether changes will be permanent, but it's clear some significant shifts are in the offing.

With A Long View, Musk Selects Texas For Next Tesla Plant

CEO will plop truck-making factory near Austin as he adds another feather for Chief Executive’s No. 1 State for Business.

Southeast EDCs Say Economy Is Not All “Doom And Gloom”

Many states are reporting new investments and expansions as companies seek to capitalize on growing healthcare needs and the “stay at home economy.”

Cardinal Health’s Mike Kaufmann: “CEOs Cannot Remain Silent” On Racism

With the country at a point of heightened awareness around racial injustice, U.S. CEOs have been issuing statements in...

Better Meetings During Covid: Simple, Practical Tips From A Seasoned CEO

When our company started talking about how to improve our meetings in the era of Covid, I reached out...

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Best and Worst States For Business

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CEO of the Year

Once a year, we celebrate the achievements of a CEO, honored for his or her success in and dedication to business, shareholders and customers.

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